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of philadelphia. this is an abduction of a 22-year-old woman. the surveillance captured the whole thing. the victim is still missing and the kidnapper is still at larch. the police arlarge. >> dann cuellar at police headquarters. dann? >> mayor nutter is offering a 10,000 reward for leading to an arrest and conviction. they joined the philadelphia police for the intense manhunt of the victim and her abductor. the chopper scoured the area from the air and cruisers were looking for clues of the abduction of carlesha freeland-gaither. it was 9:30 that the suspect's
car drove down the block and parked. he walks over to the victim. she tries to run. the man grabbed her and dragged her all the way down the block. she screamed for help. ththe man forced her into the c. >> i want her to come home safe. that is all i am asking. [crying] >> freeland-gaither worked as a nurse. she spent the day visiting her godson before she head home. she kicked out of the car's rear windows before the kidnapper drove away. it indicates that she does not know the attacker. >> i don't know why someone would do this to her. >>reporter:throughout the day they put up missing posters of freeland-gaither on neighborhood treats and any information on her abductor. >> get in contact with me.
i am asking please i'll do anything that you want me to do, bring my daughter back please. that is all i ask. the police say that it appears that the kidnapper was driving a 2000 or 2004 ford taurus. it has an unknown pennsylvania tag. it's missing its inspection stickers. if you have seen the car or have information on the case you evee asked to call 911. thank you, dann. to take a closer look you can watch the entire surveillance video o of the abduction. we posted the number of police and the $10,000 reward.
they were looking for a gunman after 5:00. the area was locked down. the restrictions were lifted at 8:00. a senior at radnor high school is in police custody. she filled pages of her school notebooks threats against a teacher. keith russekenneth moton is live school. >>reporter:jim, i read the pages, shooting everyone in her classroom. they found the writings of the teen to be maddening. it's detailed and violent. >> you don't want it to happen
to you, the hometown. it could happen to anyone. >>reporter:the columbine-obsessed girl was writing about a mass shooting in her two nobod notebooks. i could be the first female shooter. i want to track them, pick them off one by one. they searched her homes. they found no weapons. >> she did a lot of reading about torture. she had a fascination on the columbine shooters. >> the teen that has a history of mental health efforts wrote to the parent was tragedy. they identifies with the mass murderers. >> when do you take it serious or dismiss it as something no more than a harmless prank.
>> they nic nick notified the pd the students. the news and fears spread quickly in the hall. >> the kid has to know the truth and the facts. they don't want to go to school. >>reporter:that 17-year-old girl is undergoing a psych evaluation. she is a minor so her name will not be released. we are told that her parents are cooperating with this investigation, jim. kenneth moton, "channel~6 action news." thank you, kenneth. the police headquarters in bucks county was the scene of an emergency. a truck slammed into a building and opened a hole in the wall. the vehicle missed a sharp corner and missed a garbage gar,
where the police open their vehicles. it's a polling place. we need to tell you for tomorrow's election. it happened after 6:00 in the brandywine y.m.c.a. in coatesville. a man shot and killed his girlfriend and then turned the gun on himself. >>reporter:it was shortly after 6:00, monday night when the y.m.c.a. was placed on lockdown. gunfire was heard in the parking lot. >> we need to move everyone in the gymnasium. >> the woman was shot multiple times and died. the male shooter waited for the police to arrive and then turned the gun on himself and then took his own life. >> they had a prior relationship with each other. >> carley tried to keep the kids
inside and safe. >> we did our job. we did what we know how to do the best to keep our families safe. if that means standing in front of the window to keep the kids and families away from there, that is what we are going to do do. the woman that was murdered was a co-worker at the y. the children were never in danger. the emergency crews are working the investigation. no names are released. shirleesharrie williams, "chan~6 action news." tom corbett was at the helicopter museum in west chester. it will determine if corbett is able to close the substantial gap and win another four-year turn or the first governor to fail re-election in modern
pennsylvania history. tom wolf hit penn square today. they chanted "good-bye corbett, the wolf is at your door." it's the size of his vote tomorrow that determines if he will win. >> the senate races topped the ballots in new jersey and delaware. every seat in the house of represenrepresentatives is up f. they will have an auditor. the voters in pennsylvania and delaware can cast their ballots at 7:00. the polls closes at 8:00 in all three states. we will stream live results when the polls close. we are tweeting them with
#6abcvote. and still to come on "action news" tonight, a freak accident involving a tape measure kills a south jersey construction worker. we have a photographs of the famous faces that paid tribute to oscar de la renta today. how long will nick foles and demeco ryans be sidelined? >> i am tracking warmer area moving in before a soaking rain. and nydia han joins us with a special report. >> renovation rip off. they finish their basements top to bottom. buyer beware coming up. those stories and
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county are trying to track down the arsonist that set fire to six commercial trucks. it's saying that the damage comes in at 50 $500,000. drugs and cash were confiscated by the elsmere police. they found a rifle, two handguns and $21,000 in cash and cocaine. one suspect is in custody tonight. a camden county man was kill baid tape measure. it's killed by a tape measure.
the one pound tape measure fell off of his belt and bounced off equipment and onto the head of the victim. he was not wearing a hard hat. they identify the worker as gary anderson of somerdale. 13 years after the september 11th one world trade center is opened for busy today. 175 staffers for conde nast went to work. 300,000 employees will follow. the construction of the massive skyscraper took eight years and $4 billion. they paid tribute to oscar de la renta. barbara walter and tommy hilfiger and hugh jackman.
they gave them thousands of dollars to finish their basement. guy in charge, failed to finish any jobs. and nydia han has this special report. >> jim, the company we are talking about is basements for less. it has a video and a tempting promotions. complete basements for $8,995. we beat any price begi begin gu. the consumers that we talk to say buyer beware. >> over here we have a room for storage.
>>reporter:the bolaros. the dream is a fantasy. he promised that the job would be completed within three months testimony of has been 10 months. they paid johnstone $10,700. not just for the bo laros. 2,000 customers are sharing their stories. the customers paid johnstone to $9,000 to more than $15,000 most of the agreed upon total price. >> it's depressing to see the basement in that way and the plans for that and the kids to play there. >>reporter:kashmira was told that he promised to finish her
family's basement in three weeks. that was more than a year ago. >> i feel angry and frustrated. >>reporter:they believe that they paid you far more than the work that you did. >> that is not the case. it is just not. >>reporter:he is taking on new jobs. and "action news" submitted a request, he responded "we will be finished in four to six week s. >> how can you say that the jobs are not finished a year ago. >> i didn't have the manpower. i am back to not where i once was. i have the guys that can do it. >> johnstone has been in business for 20 years. he plans on staying in the business. >> if you promised to finish the
job. >> i have not ripped anyone off. my business in the last year as struggled. i am doing everything to turn it around and satisfy as many of my customers. >>reporter:a few of his customers are holding out hope. >> i want my basement finished and done. >> i contacted mercer county. of the consumer affairs have received 29 complaints. we put the information on how and whom you can file a complaint. we put a piece of good advice for the homeowners in our store. if you need help, we are looking at new cases every day. a way to prevent kidney stones. they concluded that cutting back on soda could reduce the chances
of developing the crystallized deposits. drinking more water is helpful. one in eight men and one in 15 woman experience kidney stones. you could not beat the sale on flu shots. camden county was offering them for free. the shot in the arm didn't put a smile on everybody's face. camden county will offer a flu clinic at the camden county college. the latest on the accuweather. cecily tynan. it's cool tonight. live double scan is showing clear conditions out there. we had lightning and small hail in berks county and lancaster. that has moved on. the academy of music on south broad street. the folks are walking with their
jackets on. 54 in philadelphia. wilmington 49. allentown 53. trenton 53. it's cool tonight. the high pressure to the south will warm things up over the next two days. we are showing a little cloud cover trying to spill over from this high pressure. what the high pressure will do it pull up the winds from the southwest. tomorrow is 7 degrees warmer than today. mixing with clouds. enjoy it. 67. on wednesday it spreads more clouds our way but increases the flow. a tad warmer. 68 degrees. some areas will hit 70. this low pressure scoots along the front on thursday. that bring as soaking rain on thursday. at 8:30, 8:00 in the morning, scattered showers. mainly west of philadelphia.
it fills in the afternoon and evening hours. it looks like it's a wet thursday evening commute. and the bus stop forecast, it's cool not as cold as this morning. a light jacket is needed. at 6:00, 45. by 8:00, 50. a good amount of sunshine. by 10:00, 56. 1:00, 66. and for the seven-day forecast it's nice weather for election day. mild and party sunny. we cloud up in the afternoon ahead of the soaking rain on thursday. it will be intensifying. unlike saturday the cold rain, the temperatures are mild.
64. we are looking at 1 to 2 inches of rain causing ponding on the roads and a possibility of rumbles of thunder. on friday any scattered showers in the morning gives way. it's breezy and cooler. chilly area is arriving for the weekend. sunday 53. monday night at the linc. high 50 degrees. temperatures dropping down in the low 40s for the end of the game. it's chilly. the next two days in the upper 60s enjoy. hollywood heavyweights were in philadelphia to promote a dark film. they attend the film at the prince theater. it's about dave schultz's relationship. and star anthony hall walked the
red carpet as well.
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weeks. he will not need surgery. he threw for 124 yards and threw a pick. now what does sanchez have in him? he led the jets to a championship game. and yesterday, he is much more efficient in the red zone. >> preparation is outstanding. it's not oh, my god i have to go in the game. he was ready for the game. he is focused and prepared to make plays. that is part of his makeup. he has a great work ethic. he can run everything. >>reporter:from the quarterback to the quarterback, they lost demeco ryans for the season. kelly called ryans the true leader. he is our guy.
a huge loss. some were seen crying as he was carted off. >> you never want to see anybody get hurt, you know. demeco is a rock for us on defense. >> it's sad to see someone go counsel like that. all we can do is to keep pushing forward. >> we knew it was a tough season for the sixers. the question is how long do we have to wait to get the win. and drexel's coach, and he had to like this block on james harden in the fourth-quarter. then the kid kicked dwight howards pocket. the game high, 6 steals and 5 assists. the sixers gave up, 104-94 to fulton bank.
terms and conditions are subject to change. a.j. bennett will be a free agent. he had a 4.9era. >> and mason is looking for his first win. mason's self-confidence is not through the roof these days. >> you can't feel good about yourself until you have that kind of success. once you get the first one they are going to keep coming. you know, you stay positive and
keep working hard. >> media day at st. joe's. the hawks lost three starters. look at deandrea bemrey. >> i was not prepared. i thought you were going to ask me about nick foles. that is what philadelphia talks about. >> i am curious what he would have said. >> he has a lot to say. "jimmy kimmel live" followed by "nightline." and gina rodriguez each music from fallout boys. >> now for the entire "action news" team, i am jim gardner. good night.
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